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FYSB Works with Federal Partners to Enhance Safety for Domestic Violence Victims

FYSB partners with agencies to addresses family homelessness, health care, and prevention of domestic violence

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Without Home and Without Shelter — How Can First Responders Help Victims of Domestic Violence During Disasters?

Domestic violence victims have unique needs during disasters – there are resources for first responders

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What are the Red Flags of Domestic Violence?

The dynamics of domestic violence and where to get help.

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Working to Serve the Whole Family

A new two-year initiative brings together communities and policymakers to help families become economically stable.

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Keeping Americans Safe Through Hurricane Irma

Between September 9 and September 15, over 2,600 evacuees were moved from St. Maartin to Puerto Rico because of Hurricane Irma

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The Dignity of Work and Welfare Reform

Strengthening our nation’s work requirements is a critical element of moving welfare recipients from dependency to self-sufficiency and providing a foundation to build and promote a better quality of life.

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Research Shows Importance of “Success Sequence”

New report on millennials and avoiding poverty

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Supporting Everyday Heroes: Recruiting and Developing Resource Families

National Foster Care Month celebrates the families and individuals who work with children in foster care.

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Building Community, Building Hope: A Community-Based Approach to Preventing Child Abuse

Resources developed for National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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Can You Talk to Teens About Healthy Relationships and Teen Dating Violence?

Tips for talking with teens about teen dating violence

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